Open for all developer documentation and technical blogs.
We built DocSearch from the ground up with the idea of improving search on large technical documentations. For this reason, we are offering a free hosting version to all online technical documentations and technical blogs.
We usually turn down applications when they are not production ready or have non-technical content on the website.
To have your request validated, we’ll ask that you check all the following points.
Your website must be a technical documentation or a technical blog.
Your website must be publicly available. We do not host search indices for websites that are only available after authentication or are hosted on a private network.
Your website must be production ready. We won't index empty websites nor those filled with placeholder content. Please, wait until you have written some documentation before applying. We would be happy to help you as soon as you have a steady design.
If in doubt, don't hesitate to apply and we'll figure it out together.
Even if we cannot accept your request, this does not mean that you cannot enjoy great search on your website. Legacy DocSearch is entirely open source and you can run it yourself, or use any of our other API clients to take advantage of Algolia's features.
We're receiving dozens of requests every day, and while we strive to answer them all as fast as we can, we sometimes give priority to some based on the following criteria:
🙂 If you're using one of our official integrations, creating your config will be much faster for us.
As stated in the priority section, we receive a lot of requests every day. To ensure they all match our checklist, we manually review each of them, which means it can take a bit of time before you get an answer from us.
The full process (from application to deployment) can take up to two weeks, applying multiple times or opening issues only slows the process, please be patient 🙏.